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  • How can midwives be expected to deliver quality care without clean water?

    Midwife Daniel Paulo checks on a two-day-old baby in the labour ward of Kiomboi Hospital, Iramba, Tanzania, December.
    Posted 16 Jun 2017 by Dan Jones

    That’s the question we’ll be discussing from 18-22 June, when 4,000 of the world’s midwives and other health practitioners and policy-makers gather at the International Confederation of Midwives Congress in Toronto, Canada. Dan Jones, our Global Advocacy Coordinator, calls for action.

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  • Happy second anniversary Healthy Start

    Gastenen Muotcha (left), the Clinical Officer at Linyangwa Health Centre in Kasungu, Malawi, with his colleagues.
    Posted 9 Feb 2017 by Dan Jones

    WaterAid’s global advocacy priority, Healthy Start, aims to improve newborn and child health by integrating water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) into health policy and practice. Dan Jones, WaterAid’s Advocacy Coordinator, reflects on our progress so far.

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  • No more excuses: time to clear the path for people with disabilities

    A woman in a wheelchair.
    Posted 1 Dec 2016 by Dan Jones and Jane Wilbur

    On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, WaterAid’s Advocacy Coordinator, Dan Jones, and Equality, Inclusion and Rights Advisor, Jane Wilbur, reflect that it’s time to get real about ‘leaving no-one behind’.

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  • Without toilets we won't end malnutrition

    Arsenal, 8, stands in front of a toilet donated to his school in Madagascar.
    Posted 14 Jun 2016 by Dan Jones

    The new Global Goals commit UN member countries to ending malnutrition and achieving universal access to water and sanitation by 2030. As the 2016 Global Nutrition Report launches, WaterAid’s advocacy coordinator Dan Jones reflects on the urgent need for concerted action.

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  • Seven things we learned from the World Health Assembly

    Channa Sam Ol (WaterAid Cambodia), Dr Lo Veasnakiry (Cambodia Ministry of Health) and Alison Macintyre (WaterAid Australia).
    Posted 10 Jun 2016 by Dan Jones

    A delegation of WaterAid staff from Australia, Cambodia, Senegal, UK and the US recently returned from the 69th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. Here the team reflect on influencing health ministers to prioritise water, sanitation and hygiene in their pursuit of health for all. Here are seven things we learned.

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  • What has water got to do with jobs?

    Marie Kabore in Yamtenga district, a peri-urban area of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
    Posted 22 Mar 2016 by Dan Jones

    'Better water, better jobs' is the UN theme for today’s World Water Day. So what has water got to do with jobs? More than you might think, says Dan Jones, WaterAid UK’s Advocacy Coordinator.

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  • We won’t end malnutrition without toilets

    A child being weighed at a clinic in Niassa District, Mozambique.
    Posted 19 Nov 2015 by Dan Jones

    The new Global Goals commit countries to ending malnutrition and achieving universal access to water and sanitation by 2030. On World Toilet Day, WaterAid’s Advocacy Coordinator Dan Jones reflects on the need for joint action on these inter-connected issues.

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